Surely you like the movies… and if it is with some good popcorn, all the better! The good news is that you can go at a very affordable price and even for free here in Madrid. You just have to read this post in which we provide you with all the information you need. The order we choose to inform you about these movie theaters are listed by proximity to the center of Madrid. Alright, let’s get into it!

Callao Cinema

Callao Cinemas
We put Cines Callao first on the list, because they are very close to the Marli House homes meaning it would be very easy for you to get there.
Address: Plaza del Callao, 3.
Every Wednesday (Spectator’s Day): 4.50€
Working days: 7.50€
Holidays: 8€
If you want to see their billboard and schedules, their website is

Capitol Cinemas
Since 1933, the Capitol Cinema has been located on Gran Vía, and offers three screening rooms. It is located at Calle Gran Vía, 41, and its website is
Wednesday (Spectator’s Day): 4.50€
University students: 6.50€

Palacio de la Prensa Cinema

Cinema Palace of the Press
It is also located in Plaza del Callao, at number 4, and has been since 1926. Its website is
Wednesday (Spectator’s Day): 4.50€
Working days: 7.50€

Yelmo Ideal Cinemas:
It is also a cinema with a lot of history, since its inauguration in 1916. It is located in Calle del Doctor Cortezo, 6, near the Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, and its website is Best of all, this cinema shows movies in their original version.
Wednesday: 5.50€
All other days of the week with a Youth Card: 7.30€

Renoir Plaza de España Cinemas:
You can get to Cines Renoir by taking the metro lines 3 and 10, since it is located at Calle Martín de los Heros, 12.
Wednesdays (not holidays): 4.60€
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday (not holidays): 7.30€
Weekends and holidays: 9€
Cines Renoir’s website is, where you can also buy tickets.

Golem Cinema

Golem Cinemas:
If you like independent cinema, Golem Cinemas is a good option. In Madrid, its address is Calle Martín de los Heros, 14 and its website for Madrid is

Monday and Wednesday (Spectator’s Day) except holidays: 4.60€
Normal price: 7.20€
Weekend and holidays price: 8.20€
First session (from Tuesday to Friday until 5:30 p.m., except holidays): 5.90€
Tuesday and Thursday, except holidays, with Youth Card: 5.90€
Last session on Sundays and holidays (Except eve, from 10 pm): 5€

Cinema Studio of the Circle of Fine Arts

Cinema Studio of the Circle of Fine Arts:
The Cine Estudio del Círculo de Bellas Artes is located in Calle del Marqués de Casa Riera, 4, and offers film series with very cheap tickets: only 3€!
You just have to check the billboard to know what films it is currently offering:

Artesiete Alcalá Cinemas:
Artesiete is located on calle Alcalá norte (Alcalá, 414), which you take the metro 5 Ciudad Lineal.
Wednesday (Spectator’s Day): 3.70€
Check their billboard on their website:

Iberia Cinema:
If you are looking for a free cinema, Cine Iberia offers some premieres without paying anything, but you must go early because they will reach full capacity.
Wednesday: 3€
General admission: 5€
This location offers Ibero-American films and you can see its current billboards on its website:
The cinema is at Plaza de Cibeles, 2, and you can get there by taking the Line 2 metro, at the Banco de España stop.

Metropol Cinema

Artistic Metropol Cinemas:
Cines Artistic Metropol is an independent cinema where classic films are screened.
Wednesday: 4.50€
Working days: 6.50€
Friday, Saturday and the eve of holidays: 7€
The address is Calle Cigarreras, 6, and you must go through Metro Line 5 and get off at the Acacias station stop.

La Vaguada Cinema

La Vaguada Cinemas:
If you are accompanied, you can go to a cinema like La Vaguada, which offers a BOGO deal every night from 9pm onwards on Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
General admission: 8€
Reduced from Monday to Friday: 7€ and 7.5€ on Saturdays and Sundays
First session every day: 5€
Wednesday: 4.60€
Morning passes from Monday to Sunday or first afternoon pass: 5 euros
The address is Calle Santiago de Compostela, S / N, and you can get there through Line 7, Peñagrande station.

Berlanga Room
Sala berlanga offers independent cinema in digital format but also in 35 mm. They usually offer free features.
3 euros plus management fees
The address is Calle Andrés Mellado, 53, and you arrive via lines 7 (Ilas Filipinas Station), 3 and 6 (Moncloa Station).

Cinema Ambassadors:
A cinema that is a little newer than the rest and includes a drink with the ticket.
Prices: 6-7 €
Its address is Glorieta de Santa María de la Cabeza, 5. It can be reached by means of line 3, getting off at the Embajadores station or at Delicias.

Kinepolis Cinema

Kinépolis Cinemas:
Cines Kinépolis is a Belgian chain that has its theaters in Madrid at Calle Edgar Neville, s / n.
General admission: 7.50€
Wednesday (Spectator’s Day), except eve and holidays: 5.80€

There you are! A list of the cinemas you can go to in Madrid that are close to, or well connected to the homes of Marli House. Make sure not to miss any of the screenings on your days off from studies. If you know of another theater you’ve been to and it’s not on the list, share the details with us and we’ll be sure to add it. Enjoy!

University & leisure in Madrid

Madrid is known for the quality of its universities internationally. Madrid has  over three million inhabitants and, due to the excellent quality of life and the many opportunities  to study and work, it´s a growing city. Therefore, due to high demand, it is often difficult to find a room to rent. More and more people are looking to study abroad, coming from other countries countries, and seek in the city the right place for infinite reasons. Therefore, the Accommodation for students it is the most viable option that we can find for those who want find a good place to stay, at a good price and very centrally located in the city of Madrid.


Universities in Madrid

The city has several public and private universities, with numerous campuses all over the city. One of the areas of the center of the city, Ciudad Universitaria, is very popular due to its great activity for university students, leisure areas, faculties and different campuses of the Complutense University of Madrid.

In addition to this, which is the one with the most faculties, we also find other public universities in the center of the city, as is the case of the University Carlos III, with campus in Puerta de Toledo; the Autonomous University, with campus in the north of the city, the Rey Juan Carlos University, with campus in Vicálvaro, Móstoles, Fuenlabrada and in the urban center itself.

But not only do we find public universities. And in the center there are also private universities of great prestige, as is the case of the Camilo José University Cela, the Nebrija University, the Francisco de Vitoria University, Saint Louis University- Campus Madrid, Pontificia de Comillas University also known as ICADE, University of Technology and Business, Suffolk University campus Madrid, CIS College, Schiller International University, EUDE, ESADE Law and Business School, IEB Institute of Bursåtiles Studies or the European University of Madrid and many others.  As is logical, in a city as big as Madrid we can find different attractive for university studies, from the Health Sciences, to the pure Sciences, Humanities, Communication, Documentation, Social Sciences, International Business, Languages ​​and disciplines of Fine Arts. In total there are more than two hundred studies university officers that it is possible to enjoy in the city of Madrid.

But not everything has to do with studying. And it is that the city offers us endless leisure attractions that we can not leave out. Therefore, if you are looking for what to visit in Madrid, the offer is infinite and the possibilities too. Facing students and young people, Madrid It is a city that offers plans and activities organized both day and night to live to the maximum the capital.

For this reason, being a tourist in Madrid is a pleasure because the villa is made up of prepared for thousands of foreign and national students who visit the capital every year. In addition, traveling safely in Madrid is very simple, since it is a quite place Suitable for young people because it is not dangerous. It is a fairly safe place to all hours and in all areas and neighborhoods of the capital.

Among leisure plans, the city is full of attractions for you to enjoy. Since monuments, squares, neighborhoods such as La Latina, Lavapiés, Malasaña, Chamberí or Moncloa; going through different free museums for young people and university students, as is the Prado, Reina Sofía, Sorolla, the History and Archeology, the Costume Museum or the Museum of America.


Night leisure in Madrid

The city has thousands of possibilities for nightlife. While in the center from the city we can find several nightclubs, the town also has numerous neighborhoods and nightlife areas for young people that will not leave you indifferent.


The neighborhoods of Madrid

In the first place, the Lavapiés district offers us an endless number of bars, pubs and restaurants in a multicultural area with a type of international cuisine of all kinds, from Hindu to Senegalese, passing through numerous Latin music venues, such as salsa, bachata or Meringue.

On the other hand, the neighborhood of La Latina also has nightlife in squares and terraces that belong to bars, where you can drink beer, vermouth and different tapas or skewers. The neighborhood of La Latina is just ten minutes away on foot Puerta del Sol and a few meters from the Plaza Mayor in Madrid, and also has several nightclubs.

Another of the most famous places of university entertainment is Malasaña. An area located a few streets from Madrid’s Gran Vía and where there are a hundred places for daytime and nighttime entertainment. It is one of the most modern areas for all kinds of activities. And it has local and all kinds of establishments, urban and avant-garde areas with street activities.

On the other hand, we can also find the Chueca neighborhood. Located next to the Gran Vía and Calle Fuencarral, it is one of the most walkable areas and where we find numerous clubs, bars and pubs with LGTBI themes. We also find several places where you can enjoy leisure.

And finally, the markets. And it is that in this city we can find many traditional markets of the town that have been transformed into zones and places of leisure day and night. First, San Miguel, as well as San Antón, Chueca or Chamberí. All of them are places where you can enjoy the rich cuisine of Madrid and where there are also many establishments of all kinds of regional and international cuisine with discounts and plans for university students.

Therefore, if you are looking for rooms in Madrid, the best option to enjoy your stay can be found in accommodations in the center of the city, to fully enjoy all the possibilities of the town and in order to meet as many people as possible. with which to share plans and interests. Marli house offers accommodation for students in madrid for years in its 5 floors available in the best areas of Madrid. Do not miss our website!!


Madrid is magical place full of life and culture. The lively streets and historic architecture of this important European metropolis captivate all who visit. Madrid is also considered a multicultural city, very visited by tourists from all over the world, and is one of the most sought after cities by international  students. This capital city is a very welcoming place, and you will always find rooms in Madrid.

Why choose Madrid for Study Abroad?

The community of Madrid has a significant number of public and private colleges and universities, including:

  • 6 Public universities, 4 of which are ranked globally as one of the best in their fields.  
  • The main headquarters of the National University of Distance Education (UNED)
  • 16 private universities, 4 of which are branches of other campuses, such as the University of Salamanca and 4 universities in the United States (Saint Louis University, Schiller International University, CIS The College for International Studies, Suffolk University).
  • 15 Arts conservatories, 6 public and 9 private.


In addition to having recognized centers of study, Madrid offers to expand the development of the races with the postgraduate and masters for all the specialties. This way, enormous specialization and evolution has been achieved in the options for the professional development of the last times.

Thanks to its wide variety of areas of study, the city welcomes a considerable number of students from abroad each year. Above all, these students seek a new vision and strategies in their careers. The most sought after careers  include Business Administration,

Advertising and Marketing, Systems Engineering and Hospitality and Tourism related specialties.


Getting around in Madrid

Moving around this city is safe, fast and convenient. Madrid has one of the  largest subway systems in the world, with 301 Stations. There are municipal buses as well as the Renfe commuter trains, making it easy for students and workers to travel  within and to and from the outskirts of the city. And if you need something faster, in the city you can easily find a taxi.

You can choose between 4 apps to order a taxi:


A city that does not rest. What to visit in Madrid?

This metropolitan area is full of places to satisfy all tastes. Below is a list of some of the best sites and activities for tourism, sport or rest.

Retiro Park: a historic place in the center of the city. Its use as a public park dates back to the year 1767. If you are looking for activities, in Buen Retiro you can take out a row boat in the big lake. Or, you can jog, walk or cycle on a path that borders the entire park. It is also used as a place to train outdoors. For artists seeking inspiration, El Retiro has magical places like the Crystal Palace,  the gardens of Cecilio Rodríguez, and the fantastic collection of roses known as La Rosaleda, among others. The park also has a large area of ​​trees and green spaces for visitors, where they can connect with nature. Retiro is the perfect place to study, read a book or simply rest.


Temple of Debod: a gift from the government of Egypt to the city of Madrid in the twentieth century. The structure was rebuilt stone by stone and its location from east to west was made strategically to preserve the orientation of its place of origin. It is surrounded by a fountain, and inside  you can find videos and information about its history. It is located on a hill very close to the Plaza de España, and has a extension of green areas for the enjoyment of its visitors. From the highest point, you can appreciate a beautiful view of Madrid, and also enjoy spectacular sunsets.

Puerta del Sol: if you want to go to the center of Madrid and Spain, this is the place. This area is well known for always being active, and is filled with shops, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. At the door of the old Post Office, you will find a very photographed plaque on the street.  This plaque marks the zero kilometer, the starting point of all the national roads from Madrid to the rest of Spain. Another popular point in the Puerta del Sol is the famous sculpture of the Bear and the Madroño, the symbol of the city.